Smith beaming after Wolves victory

Tony Smith's Warrington beat his old club Leeds convincingly at Headingley

Warrington coach Tony Smith admits his old club Leeds bring the best out of the Wolves as they completed a notable double over the Super League leaders.

Burgess: I've played better

Sam Burgess, left, was named man of the match as Bath beat London Irish

Sam Burgess confessed his surprise at being named man of the match in only his second Aviva Premiership game in the blindside flanker role despite scoring one of five tries in Bath's 43-18 win against London Irish.

Root bemoans Grenada pitch

Joe Root was in superb touch on his way to 182 not out in the morning session

Joe Root admitted pitches like the one in Grenada make it easier to make centuries and harder to win games, as West Indies batted themselves into a position of relative comfort on day four of the second Test.

I'm no flirt says TV host Susanna

Susanna Reid has denied flirting with male guests on Good Morning Britain

Breakfast television host Susanna Reid has insisted she does not flirt with male guests, saying she does not want to come across "rude and stonewalling" .

TV's Holden hails 'hero' baby donor

Amanda Holden hopes the story of baby Teddy Houlston will inspire more people to sign up for to donate their organs

Amanda Holden has hailed Britain's youngest organ donor a "little hero" as thousands more people have reportedly signed up to the transplant register.

Dawn service remembers Anzac heroes

The Prince of Wales and Prince Harry joined more than 10,000 people in a dawn pilgrimage to mark the 100th anniversary of the doomed Gallipoli campaign.

Ex-soldier charged over 1974 death

A 73-year-old ex soldier has been charged over the 1974 death of a man with learning difficulties

A 73-year-old former soldier has been charged in connection with the death of a man with learning difficulties in Northern Ireland more than 40 years ago.

Tower nominated for museum award

Famous London landmark, and a popular tourist venue, The Tower of London.

The Tower of London, which was home to the spectacular sea of ceramic poppies commemorating the First World War, is in the running to be named Museum of the Year.

Sinfield loses milestone match

Kevin Sinfield's 500th appearance for Leeds ended in defeat

Warrington put a dampener on Kevin Sinfield's 500th appearance for Leeds as they completed a notable double over the Super League leaders in emphatic fashion at Headingley.

Bath overpower London Irish

Bath's Sam Burgess was in superb form on Friday night

Bath's bonus point victory laid down the gauntlet to Northampton and Saracens in the battle for home semi-final spots in the Aviva Premiership semi-finals as they beat London Irish 43-18.

Navratilova and Radwanska part ways

Martina Navratilova, pictured, has quit her role as part-time consultant to Agnieszka Radwanska after just five months in the job

Martina Navratilova has ended her role as a part-time consultant to the world number nine Agnieszka Radwanska after just five months in the job.